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Save the Children Nigeria Recruitment 2019 and Application Guide

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Save the Children Nigeria Recruitment 2019

Save the Children Nigeria Recruitment 2018

Save the Children is a leading international organization helping children in need around the world. First established in the UK in 1919, separate national organizations have been set up in more than twenty-eight countries, sharing the aim of improving the lives of children through education, health care and economic opportunities, as well as emergency aid in cases of natural disasters, war and conflict.

In Nigeria, Save the Children has been working since 2001. The early focus was on getting children actively involved in shaping the decisions that affect their lives. Today, Save the Children is working in seven federal states – Zamfara, Yobe, Jigawa, Katsina, Kano, Bauchi and Kaduna – focusing on providing basic healthcare and protecting children.

We are recruiting to fill the following vacant positions below:

1. Job Title: Consultant – Production of a Video Documentary on Resourcing Families for Better Nutrition – Spotlight on CDGP

Job ID: 19000185
Location: Abuja
Employee Status: Fixed Term

In Northern Nigeria, infant mortality is 40% higher than the rest of the country. In programme areas, 66% of children under the age of five were classified as stunted. According to the Oxford Poverty and Human Development Initiative (OPHI) Multi-dimensional Poverty Index (MPI), in Zamfara and Jigawa 91.9% and 88.4% of the populations are defined as poor compared to a national average of 53.3%. In addition, at baseline in programme areas, 10% of households overall reported to not have enough food to eat during the lean season with affordability of food a key driver. Dietary diversity is also poor; in programme areas 16% of children 6-23 months received the recommended number of food groups. There is evidence of inadequate infant and young child feeding (IYCF) practices and misconceptions about breastfeeding; just 40% of children in programme areas were appropriately breastfed.

Resourcing Families for Better Nutrition (RFBN) in the First 1,000 Days (activities of the approach are also known as Cash Plus) provides a comprehensive approach to reducing maternal and child undernutrition, in particular stunting and wasting, in development and humanitarian contexts. The approach combines regular cash transfers that are designed and implemented to maximize impacts on nutrition, with a contextually informed package of social behavior change communication (SBCC), linkages to basic maternal and child health and nutrition services, and additional context-appropriate, nutrition-specific interventions.

The Cash Plus for Nutrition approach provides guidance to governments, national stakeholders and development partners on how to design and implement a cash transfer combined with appropriate interventions to prevent maternal and child undernutrition. The main focus of the approach is to reduce the prevalence of stunting; however, the paper also provides options for improving access to treatment of acute malnutrition (wasting) and addressing micronutrient deficiencies. The approach is based on wide ranging evidence that combining cash with other complementary features to address context specific drivers of undernutrition can be a powerful approach for reducing undernutrition.

Cash Plus for Nutrition in the First 1,000 Days has two core components:

  • The Cash Transfer component, designed and implemented in a nutrition-sensitive way; and
  • The ‘Plus’ (nutrition-specific interventions as a complement to the cash transfer), including measures specific to the programme itself and linkages to other sector services to improve Infant and Young Child Feeding (IYCF) practices, health, sanitation and hygiene during the first 1,000 days.

The Child Development Grant Programme (CDGP) operates in five Local Government Areas (LGAs) in Zamfara and Jigawa. CDGP is the first Cash Plus programme in Nigeria and the first with a food security and nutrition focus.  The programme aims to improve the nutritional status of children under five in Jigawa and Zamfara. The expected outcome is a scalable programme showing how cash transfers can bring costeffective immediate and long-term food security and nutrition benefits to eligible households with young children in poor communities in northern Nigeria. The programme began in 2013 and will run until 2019.

CDGP provides monthly cash transfers of 4,000 Naira as of 2017 (reviewed annually) through an electronic payment mechanism to approximately 70,000 women, from as early as possible during pregnancy until their child is two years old. Social and behavioural change communication (SBCC) around nutritional education and advice accompanies the cash transfer to support the feeding practices of pregnant women, infants and young children. The SBCC activities include nutritional support groups, mass media communication (radio and posters), food demonstrations, messaging through Friday prayers and one-to-one counselling sessions.

Project Description
CDGP is a five-year pilot programme supported by UK’s Department for International Development (DFID). It is aimed at tackling poverty and hunger and reduce malnutrition in children in Jigawa and Zamfara states in Northern Nigeria. Save the Children is leading the INGO consortium delivering the programme, in partnership with Action Against Hunger (ACF). The CDGP will run to July 31st 2019

The CDGP provides a Cash Transfer grant of 4,000 NGN per month for up to 93,000 pregnant women and women with children under the age of 2 in Jigawa and Zamfara states. The cash transfer is accompanied by nutritional education, advice and counselling. The predictable monthly cash transfer is expected to contribute to increased food security, improve intake of more nutritious food, leading to improvement in child nutrition within 90,000 households.

More broadly, the programme aimed to generate evidence of a scalable programme that shows how a well-designed cash transfer programme, targeted at the critical First 1,000 Days of a child’s life, can bring cost-effective immediate and long-term food security and nutrition benefits to eligible households with young children. The broad outcome of CDGP is a scalable programme showing how cash transfers can bring cost-effective immediate and long-term food security and nutrition benefits to eligible households with young children in poor communities in northern Nigeria.

Overall objective of the Documentary

  • The overall objective of the assignment is to produce a documentary film narrated primarily in beneficiaries and stakeholder voices using a POV
  • The Cash plus framework provided below in figure 2 will provide the basis for the documentary as well as review of similar products from countries piloting the approach. The documentary will focus on providing proof of concept from the CDGP programme for the cash plus approach being impactful in areas where the predominant driver of undernutrition is monetary poverty.

Producer Tasks

  • Under the direct supervision of the CDGP technical lead and the Country Progarmme Knowledge Management Specialist and support from the CDGP KM-Adviser;
  • Develop the documentary film’s overall concept and scenario.
  • Interview selected interviewees for the film who will include actual beneficiaries, local, state & federal government officials particularly office of the vice president, Donor (DFID), Implementing Partner (ACF), national social protection programme and key programme staff of CDGP.
  • Visit the project sites and interact with the local communities who’ve been impacted by the CDGP supported implementation to get context.
  • Develop the documentary script and storyboard to be used in the film.
  • Perform appropriate video filming and shoot interviews with the Projects’ major beneficiaries and stakeholders.
  • Present a draft documentary to CDGP for comments about contents.
  • Produce two FINAL documentaries one (60 minutes and 25 minutes) long documentary films in DVD as well as a summary promotional DVD version of 10 minutes long.

Output /Deliverables:

  • Planning meeting in Abuja with CDGP technical team
  • Interviews and filming of project stakeholders in Abuja and in the field (Jigawa and Zamfara) to collect and record information;
  • Submit a storyboard and script for the documentary to CDGP and KMS for approval before filming;
  • Present draft documentary to stakeholders in Abuja at the end of the field mission and incorporation of comments;
  • Produce an edited Video Recording of the scenarios captured, and the footage of the recorded stories.
  • Present a complete 60, 25 and 10-minute documentary film version, and hand over 2 master copies of each version to WINNN and two extra copies with the extra footage for future usage.

Required Qualifications and Experience of the Consultancy Firm
The consultancy firm will be required to have:

  • 5 and above years of experience working in similar field.
  • Extensive experience in producing development work related documentaries for international organisations with the aim of reaching both local and international audiences.
  • Experience in working with UN agencies and other international organizations.
  • Local Knowledge of CDGP implementing states.
  • Excellent technical capacities (state of art filming equipment preferably High Definition) to ensure smooth and high quality production.
  • Additional experience in development communication will be an added advantage.

Duration of the Assignment:

  • The assignment is expected to take 25 working days from the date of signing the contract.

Intellectual Property

  • All information pertaining to this project (documentary, audio, digital, cyber, project documents, etc) belonging to the client, which the consultant may come into contact with in the performance of his/her, duties under this consultancy shall remain the property of WINNN who shall have exclusive rights over their use. Except for purposes of this assignment, the information shall not be disclosed to the public nor used in whatever without written permission of SCI in line with the national and International Copyright Laws applicable.


  • The consultant’s payment shall be based on the financial proposal developed for this consultancy.
  • Payment shall be made in three installments of;
  • 20% down payment upon submission of the script and storyboard
  • 40% upon submission of an acceptable draft documentary; and
  • 40% final payment upon submission of the final outputs, incorporating suggestions and recommendations from the CDGP/SCI-PDQ team.

Application Deadline: 29th May, 2019.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

2. Job Title: WASH Assistant

Job ref.: 190001AW
Location: Ogoja, Cross River
Employee Status: Fixed Term


  • The WASH assistant will focus on assisting the WASH Officer in designing, construction, and maintenance of sanitation and hygiene infrastructures while working in close cooperation with other WASH field staff to ensure that related hygiene and sanitation issues are coordinated.
  • S/he will be responsible for ensuring the implementation of the WASH components of the Cameroon refugee response.

Objective 1

  • Daily supervision of Hygiene, water supply and sanitation activities, including construction, preparing technical design and bills of quantities

Tasks & responsibilities:

  • Facilitate technical assessments of WASH facilities and hygiene practices in communities/IDP settlements.
  • Assist the WASH Officer in the selection, design and construction of water systems, using ground water or surface water, including abstraction, storage, treatment and distribution for new systems or rehabilitation of existing systems.
  • Provide technical assistance to the WASH Officer in the assessment of sanitation needs, design and implement the most appropriate form of sanitation system, in consultation with male and female beneficiaries, which includes excreta disposal, refuse disposal, vector control and drainage
  • Identify and engage skilled and unskilled labour workers for borehole rehabilitation and emergency latrines construction.
  • Raised material request for borehole and latrine construction materials.
  • Keep track of construction materials used daily in the material consumption sheet.
  • Prepare request for daily skilled and unskilled labour for construction and rehabilitation work.
  • Prepare and submit weekly timesheets of daily skilled and unskilled workers for validation.
  • Consider different maintenance mechanisms, ensuring that they are appropriate to the local context and cultural norms and that facilities are sustainable.
  • Prepare a Written Work Instruction for use on-site to bring clarity to the contractor’s roles and responsibilities in each stage of the execution of construction activities.
  • Continually assess emergency needs, as requested, especially taking in the broader perspective of public health.
  • Ensure that work meets with SPHERE minimum standards.
  • Ensure that all technical work reflects the needs and preferences of different target groups.

Objective 2:

  • Train and build the capacity of Stakeholders, beneficiaries and partners

Tasks & Responsibilities:

  • Work closely with community leaders to Identify community capacity needs.
  • Prepare training tools on relevant technical topics and conduct trainings for both internal staff and external stakeholders.
  • Assist the WASH Officer in the development of technical guidelines and tools.
  • Assess areas for improvement and recording lessons learnt for future activities.

Objective 3:

  • Facilitate Hygiene Promotion sessions and promote behavior change

Tasks & Responsibilities:

  • Assess hygiene practices and identify risky behaviours within the community and identify best hygiene promotion approach.
  • Facilitate the selection and training of community hygiene promoters.
  • Identify and train volunteers in preparedness for emergency cholera response.
  • Liaise closely with the WASH Officer throughout the planning, design and implementation stages of the WASH technical activities.
  • Identify and train water vendors to improve access to safe drinking water.
  • Work closely with community structures in building sustainability and ensuring the effective utilization of WASH facilities.

Objective 4:

  • Coordinate with internal staff and local stakeholders to ensure smooth project implementation

Tasks & Responsibilities:

  • Coordinating with other disciplinary teams or the on-site construction supervision personnel on technical matters.
  • Liaise closely with other sectors in the implementation of WASH activities.
  • Ensure that effective communication and networking is developed and maintained through partnership and collaboration.
  • Team with local Government and sectoral stakeholders/counterparts to exchange information on WASH technical implementation status.
  • Assist and participate in community mobilization.

Internal & External Relationship

  • WASH Technical Assistant: Collaborate with the hygiene promotion and social mobilization team members to ensure exchange of information and promote effective use of WASH facilities in the community.


  • Minimum of Bachelor Degree in Water Engineering, Civil Engineering and other related fields.
  • Additional experience in troubleshooting, borehole rehabilitation, solar installation and latrine construction.

Skills & Experience

  • Previous experience in supervising drilling and construction activities.
  • Professional, good organizational capacity, motivated, open, creative, mature, responsible, flexible and, culturally sensitive.
  • 1-year relevant work experience.
  • Microsoft Office and designing software Skills (AutoCAD, Outlook, Excel, Power Point, Word)
  • The candidate should be willing and able to be based and travel regularly within remote areas, where services are limited.
  • Fluency in English
  • Commitment to SCI mission, values and policy.


  • Familiarity with mapping field equipment and software
  • Experience with emergency water supply systems
  • Familiarity with population fluxes and water supply management in the context of emergencies
  • Experience working in emergencies in Cross River and Benue is desirable
  • Familiarity with disaster-affected population

Behaviours (our Values in Practice)

  • Holds self accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving and role modelling Save the Children values
  • Holds the team and partners accountable to deliver on their responsibilities – giving them the freedom to deliver in the best way they see fit, providing the necessary development to improve performance and applying appropriate consequences when results are not achieved


  • Builds and maintains effective relationships, with their team, colleagues, members and external partners and supporters
  • Values diversity, sees it as a source of competitive strength
  • Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to


  • Honest, encourages openness and transparency; demonstrates highest levels of integrity

Application Deadline: 27th May, 2019.

How to Apply

Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online

3. Job Title: Procurement Coordinator

Job ID: 190001BK
Location: Maiduguri, Borno
Employee Status: Permanent

Role Purpose

  • Coordinates the sourcing section of the procurement unit and liaises with concerned programmes and departments such as Administration and Finance on Procurement Requests to ensure the right supplies and services are requested and ensures timely procurement and delivery of goods and services to the requesters
  • The position is expected to support the humanitarian programmes in Maiduguri, Biu and Damboa.

Scope of Role

  • Reports to: Humanitarian Supply Chain Manager
  • Staff directly reporting to this post:  Procurement Officer, Assistant and Intern (Sourcing)

Key Areas of Accountability

  • Implement procurement planning and strategy by conducting regular market surveys of goods and services in order to establish and maintain a well-defined Supplier database.
  • Educate and assist all customers on planning of procurement (bulk orders) and ensure that all required documents are forwarded by the budget holders in time, with clear specifications, financial codes and appropriate authorization.
  • Support supplier selection and contracting activities by initiating tender processes on standard items purchased regularly with the goal to establish standard Framework Agreements/Pre-qualified suppliers and contracts with main dealers and qualified and committed suppliers.
  • Support call for interests to identify new suppliers by reviewing procurement documents prepared by the Procurement Officer (Sourcing) for correctness, transparency and full compliance with Audit and internal procedures and regulations.
  • Prepare regular (monthly) procurement activity reports for submission to the Supply Chain Manager.
  • Conduct market analysis to check on prices, products and suppliers and advise on best sources of supply and freighting options.
  • Ensure all appropriate due diligence checks and risk assessments are carried out in line with organisational policy.
  • Produce management information reports on a monthly and quarterly basis, including data analysis and recommendations on improving the efficiency of procurement services.
  • Ensure professional management of all suppliers including maintaining good supplier relations and supplier performance review against key performance indicators and framework agreements, regularly updating this information into a global supplier database.
  • Make suppliers aware of Save the Children values, policies and procedures and their need to comply as part of agreements.
  • Supervise and build capacity of the Procurement Officer (Sourcing), Procurement Assistant (Sourcing) and Intern (Sourcing).
  • Perform any other duties assigned by Line Manager.

Skills and Behaviours (our Values in Practice)

  • Holds self accountable for making decisions, managing resources efficiently, achieving and role modelling Save the Children values
  • Holds suppliers accountable to deliver on their responsibilities


  • Sets ambitious and challenging goals for themselves and takes responsibility for their own personal development
  • Widely shares their personal vision for Save the Children, engages and motivates others
  • Future orientated, thinks strategically and on a global scale


  • Approachable, good listener, easy to talk to; builds and maintains effective relationships with colleagues, Members and external partners and supporters
  • Values diversity and different people’s perspectives, able to work cross-culturally.


  • Develops and encourages new and innovative solutions
  • Cuts away bureaucracy and encourages an entrepreneurial approach


  • Honest, encourages openness and transparency, builds trust and confidence
  • Displays consistent excellent judgement

Qualifications and Experience

  • Master’s Degree in Procurement & Logistics, Supply Chain Management, or Business related field
  • Bachelor’s Degree + Post Graduate Qualification in Procurement/Logistics/Supply Chain Management accepted in lieu of Master’s Degree.
  • 5+ years of proven and practical experience in procurement and contract management, including ability to review procurement demands and trends, and to develop strategies to fill identified gaps.
  • Field level experience in procurement and logistics or supply chain management for INGOs in development and emergency programmes in Nigeria.
  • Knowledge of key institutional donors and their compliance requirements in respect of logistics and procurement.
  • Highly developed interpersonal and communication skills including influencing, negotiation and coaching.
  • Experience of solving complex issues through analysis, definition of a clear way forward and ensuring buy in.
  • Commitment to Save the Children values.
  • Ability and willingness to change work practices and hours in the event of major emergencies including travelling at short notice and for extended periods of time.
  • Highly organised with good administration skills for order and information management, able to develop filing systems and databases to ensure an auditable trail.
  • A high level of computer literacy (word, excel, ppt. etc).

Application Deadline: 31st May, 2019.

How to Apply

Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online


  • Applicants are advised that Save the Children International does not require any payment or expense during the entire recruitment process. Any request in this direction should be immediately reported as it is contrary to the values and practices of our organization.
  • Due to the volume of applications received, Save the Children may not provide feedback to all applicants. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
  • Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible, as applications will be reviewed as received. Save the Children reserves the right to change the closing date, if considered necessary.

4. Job Title: Consultant – Nutrition Survey Using SMART Methodology

Job ID: 1900018G
Location: Maiduguri, Borno
Employee Status: Fixed Term

Save the Children has been working in Nigeria since 2001. The early focus was on getting children actively involved in shaping the decisions that affect their lives.  Today, SC is working in 20 states focusing on child survival, education and protecting children in both development and humanitarian contexts. The humanitarian response started in 2014 with Save the Children among one of the first responders to the conflict.

The ongoing conflict in the North East continues to increase population displacements, restrict income generating opportunities, limit trade flows and escalate food prices. As a result of the reduced food availability and access, local and IDP populations in worst-affected areas of Borno, Yobe and Adamawa states continue to experience food gaps, in line with crisis (IPC Phase 4) acute food insecurity, with an estimated 4.6M people in Phase 3-5 (Cadre Harmonizé (CH) Analysis).

Survey Methodology

  • The consultant/s will prepare and conduct a SMART survey in Borno state. He/she will develop and design survey tools using SMART Methodology i.e. sampling procedure, sample size for anthropometric data, selection of households and children, training and supervision of teams during data collection
  • Generally, he/she assume overall responsibility of carrying out the survey.

Specific Objectives of the Consultancy

  • To determine prevalence of Malnutrition (acute malnutrition, chronic malnutrition, underweight, overweight and obesity) among children 6-59 months in the target population
  • To assess retrospective morbidity among children under 5 in the target population
  • To assess retrospective mortality (Crude Mortality and U5 Mortality rates) over 3 months’ recall period among target populations.
  • To estimate measles vaccination and Vitamin A supplementation coverage in the target population.
  • To assess IYCF practices among the households with children under two years of age in the target population
  • To estimate the prevalence of malnutrition in women of reproductive age in the target population
  • To establish recommendations on actions to address identified gaps, to support planning, advocacy, decision making and monitoring.

Scope of Work

  • Develop and design SMART survey protocol, including sample size estimation, population size, clustering of the villages etc., and validate contextual tools using the SMART methodology
  • Train the SMART data collection teams and data clerks (including field testing)
  • Organize survey: Ensure accurate data collection at field level. Ensure adequate supervision and coordination of the survey teams in the field and collect relevant reference materials for report writing
  • Be responsible for data cleaning and analysis using appropriate software i.e. Epi Info, SPSS, ENA for SMART
  • Prepare a draft SMART survey report for review by SCI, ensuring that the assessment is comprehensive and includes all relevant indicators
  • Prepare a final report including background, methodology, results, limitations, conclusions and recommendations incorporating feedback from SCI staff on the draft report and Nutrition Information Management working group for validation.


  • The preliminary assessment report will be sent to the SCI within 3 days of completion of data collection; the consultant will present preliminary findings of the survey to SCI, and SCI team will upon review, send it to the nutrition cluster and or Inter Agency Working Group for validation purpose.
  • The consultant will lead in the presentation of the survey summary before the Nutrition sector/ Inter Agency Working Group members
  • The final report, incorporating all comments and inputs received, will be submitted to SCI within 5 days after validation of the preliminary report.

The Consultant is expected to provide (Required Deliverables):

  • Inception report explaining the methodology, sample size calculation and means of analyses following the sector guideline.
  • Final nutrition survey Methodology (agreed following consultant selection).
  • Power point presentation of preliminary findings.
  • A preliminary and final survey report.
  • An Itemized price quotation for consultancy fee (Exclusive of international and domestic travel expenses which will be provided separately by SCI)

Time Frame and Work Schedule
The duration of the consultancy will be 30 days. The start date will be the date indicated in the Contract. See here bellow the survey schedule:

  • Travel days: 1 days
  • Preparation of survey protocols, developing tools and collection of secondary data: 5 days
  • Training and pre-testing of SCI staff and Survey enumerators: 5 days
  • Data collection and entry: 10 days
  • Analysis and Submission of Preliminary Report:3 days
  • Develop and submit final Report: 5 days
  • Total: 30 days

General Conditions of the Consultancy

  • SCI will provide accommodation for the consultant in team guest house
  • Meals and other incidentals will be the responsibility of the consultant while in the primary location of the consultancy
  • Payment of per diem for the period of Consultancy (Where it applicable) will be in apply  SCI perdiem policies
  • The consultant will conduct his/her work using his/her own computer equipment.
  • Other miscellaneous costs directly related to the task that can include photocopying of questionnaires etc. shall be covered by SCI. Any cost needs to have prior approval from SCI.
  • The movement of the consultant and team to and from the field will be facilitated by SCI.
  • SCI will provide survey enumerators, translators as may be required.
  • The cost related to travel from/ to Field of the survey teams will be covered by SCI.
  • Payments will be paid in three instalments: First instalment 30% paid upon finalisation of inception report; 30% paid upon submission of first full draft of the report; the remaining 40% paid upon validation of the report by the Nutrition Sector/Inter Agency Working Groups.

Profile of the Consultant

  • Postgraduate Degree in Public Health, Social Sciences or related discipline.
  • Qualified and experienced consultant with Health and Nutrition background in surveys and assessments using SMART methodology.

Work Experience:

  • Led at least 2 SMART Surveys (reports to be presented as evidence)
  • Experience working in conflict-affected areas


  • Fluency in English is essential. Knowledge of local language is an added advantage.

Technical Competencies:

  • The consultant must have a strong background in statistics and data analysis. Must know SMART survey methodology and ENA for SMART, SPSS, Epi/ENA or Epi Info software.
  • Excellent reporting and presentation skills.
  • Excellent knowledge of and experience with humanitarian guidelines and principles.
  • Willingness to travel extensively and work under pressure & meeting deadlines
  • Ability to work in a multicultural and inter-sectoral environment.
  • Ability to work collaboratively as a team with the other team members.
  • Ability to coordinate, direct and supervise others to achieve a common goal.
  • Ability to live and work in an isolated area in conditions of limited comfort
  • The candidate must present an approved final report of the most recent SMART survey that he or she has conducted.

Application Deadline: 29th May, 2019.

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should:
Click here to apply online


  • Interested and qualified candidates should submit their applications (CV, and technical proposal detailing survey methodology, work plan and budget). Copies of relevant previous evaluation reports (to be kept confidential)
  • Due to the volume of applications received, Save the Children may not provide feedback to all applicants. Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
  • Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible, as applications will be reviewed as received. Save the Children reserves the right to change the closing date, if considered necessary.

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